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Oct 31, 2013 6:00am PDT
dangerous. >> california education officials have been told they may lose more than 3.5 billion in federal funding because they got rid of the old state advertises. california is transitioning into a new testing program, the federal government says some of the steps they took violent federal law, state officials say they are working with the federal government to try to settle those differences. >> boston red sox are the 2013 world series champions and the celebrations continue this morning. >> -- this is unbelievable, everybody want to come down -- some -- >> -- fans poured out there, unfortunately there were problems, nine people were arrested for that, probably not bad considering that. that was a tweet from police with the hash tags go home and celebrate responsibly. >>> the win caps off an emotional season following the bombings there in april and after the game fans gathered there to pay their respects and acknowledge how far the city has come since then. the team wore boston strong logos on their uniforms to commemorate those affected by the attacks. >> it hasn't happened at fenway
Oct 31, 2013 5:00am PDT
interfere with navigational systems. >> 5:40, california education officials say they are surprised but a letter from the federal government that threatens to with hold more than 3.5 billion dollars, california is changing the type of testing it conducts and this is scheduled t be a transition year, the state doesn't want to force every student to take pot the english and math exams and doesn't plan to make public the results of the tests taken. well the federal government says other states harve found ways to make the changes and still comply with the testing laws. the new uc president janet napolitano announced she is setting aside 5 million dollars to support students who entered the u.s. illegally, now she made her first major address as the president of the uc in san francisco last night. some critics have objected to her new job, saying undocumented students will feel unsafe because of the large number of deportations carried out while she was homeland security secretary. >> let me be clear, uc welcomes all students who qualify academically, whether they are documented or undocume
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